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Construction of The Shand Dam and The Formation of Belwood Lake


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Construction of the Shand Dam and the formation of Belwood Lake near Fergus Ontario Canada between 1937 - 1939


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The construction continued into the early 1940's



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Default Re: Construction of The Shand Dam and The Formation of Belwood Lake

Thanks for sharing! Love how all the old car body styles looked so similar. I remember seeing those pull style belly scrapers on construction jobs when I was a kid. Where are the chainsaws lol? All done by hand with a axe. We have come a long way with technology for sure.
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